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Old 25-06-2010, 13:16
kunghel kunghel is offline
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Default Imposition layuot


I'm trying to set up a macro to make prints for approval.
However, it is normal to have two pages.

I would like to print a sheet with two pages already and with 1cm space between the pages.

I'm recording the macro, but it does not write anything for the option of "Imposition layuot"

Did not have to access this option in macros?

I appreciate if someone can help me.

Here my code:

Sub print_for_client()
' Print a sheet with two pages with 1cm space between
With ActiveDocument.PrintSettings
With .Prepress
.FileInfo = True
.JobName = ""
End With
End With
End Sub
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